Wild camping in Macclesfield area of Cheshire.


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Not far is this site a pub with water but no ehu
The Crag Inn

Overnight parking - no services

just off the A54
Authorised motorhome parking day or night - no services

Wildboarclough, Cheshire, England, United Kingdom, SK11 0BD

53.213677, -2.028523
N53° 12.821' W2° 1.711'

01260 227239

Propriertors Ian and Janet

Motorhomes are more than welcome to stay overnight if a customer.
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Thanks for the replies, I'll check those spots out. Is it legal to stop over night in lay-bys?
Trucks stop there but there has to be curb between the layby and road otherwise side lights have to be on .


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Justback to you a member has a place details below it is Paul Rogan in spain at the moment just pm him. If you do not know how to do it go to in box click on conversations type in the name it will find it for you then just send your message .
HX4 9HF. Centrally located for Northern England, 5mins from M62 Junctions 23 and 24.

To find out more or request a viewing of what Cliffe Fields can offer you

Contact Paul on 07785 220 300, Email:- paul@cliffemanor.co.uk

GPS 53.672371 -1.879864, Lat 53* 40'' 20.535' Long -1*52'' 47.5104''

How it works:-
Basically you will be renting a parcel of land (call it an allotment plot or rural garden). You can plant it up as a garden, vegetable allotment or use it to store personal items. It also entitles you to use all the 'Service Facilities' whenever and as often as required. You can use the address base for post and parcels etc. It is also a place to 'rest-up' for re-fitting, 'spring cleaning', repairing or attending to the general upkeep and maintenance of your Motor Home.

Hope this is of help.


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Hi Julie, I occasionally wild camp in the Goyt valley which is about 6 miles from Macclesfield and about 3 from Buxton. Access is from the top of Long Hill between Buxton and Whaley Bridge. There are four parking areas, three of them in the valley, two are official free car parks without signs and an open area farther along the single track road which leads to Derbyshire Bridge and the Buxton to Macclesfield main road. Great walks nearby in the forest and to the ruins of Erwood Hall.